Staffing Coordinator/Human Resource Assistant (Current Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – September 15, 2015
A typical day starts with a daily morning meeting to focus on which recruiters need to focus on specific job openings. I have learned how to develop new recruiting ideas, speak with head CEO's, HR Managers, and CFO's of an organization to develop professional relationships, and learning about multiple different job opportunities to assist in filling my client's needs. The hardest part of the job is being able to find the absolute best fit that the client and candidate will be satisfied with. The most enjoyable part of my position is being able to assist people find the career opportunity that they have been searching for, and satisfying the internal staffing needs of my clients.
Receptionist Temp (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – July 20, 2015
Able to work in a different working environment for a oil company different from the healthcare industry. Able to order and price different supply needs for out in the field requirements in timely manner.
Day to Day operations of a Multifamily Staffing Agency
Director of Operations/Recruiter (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 10, 2014
A typical day consisted of filling job orders for prospective apartment communities for temporary or permanent placement jobs. Interviewing prospective candidates, pre screening and background checks. Calling properties to follow up on employees arrival and work habits, quality assurance. Payroll and time cards reviews. Collections of past due invoices with property managers and management companies. Marketing on a weekly basis. Visiting clients in the field establishing customer relations. Attending Apartment Association of Greater Dallas functions.
finding people work, meeting new candidates, team building
Construction Superintendent (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi TX – October 21, 2013
Working for this company was being placed with one contractor who controls how much you can make and not being able to move up career ladder. Sterling was a great company, but the other company was not.